Here is an incredible photo of Joel Embiid making a baseball look really small

Joel Embiid is a large person with some big hands as evidenced by what happened at Major League Baseball's Home Run Derby.

Embiid was in Miami on Monday night for the Home Run Derby, sitting in the outfield seats. While out there, he somehow ended up with a pair of baseballs.

While that is interesting in and of itself, what is especially notable is how small the baseball's look in his hands.

Embiid is 7-foot-0 and has a 7-foot-5 wingspan. Presumably, those arms come with big hands.

Here is video of Embiid ending up with the first ball.

He later caught a second baseball, and the balls don't look any bigger.

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Vince Carter: Signed with Sacramento Kings

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Gordon Hayward: Signed with Boston Celtics

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Paul George: Traded to Oklahoma City Thunder

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Jimmy Butler: Traded to Minnesota Timberwolves

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